Dance Clach Na Cudainn 10093

Strathspey · 64 bars · 4 couples · Square   (Progression: 2341)

Devised by
John Drewry (2001)
Intensity
8888/4444/8888/4444/8484/4848/4444/6666 = 72% (whole dance)
Formations
Steps
  • Strathspey setting, Strathspey travel
Published in
Recommended Music
Extra info
For Inverness Branch of the ...

For Inverness Branch of the RSCDS.

"Clacn na Cudain" means "Stone of the Tubs" The stone with this name used to be at the top of the bank of the River Ness and the housewives of the neighbourhood rested their tubs of wet chothes on it while they recovered breath after doing their laundry and climbing the steep bank.

The stone is now incorporated in the fabric of the Town House in Inverness.

One repeat from new places is probably enough for most dancers as this is a vigorous dance.

Clach Na Cudainn 4S · S64

1--
Circle8 L
9--
All W ½ RHA | dance Lsh round opposite M {4} | ½ RHA to places, and face P (1,2,3,4)
17--
Interlocking Reels4
25--
All M ½ LHA | dance Rsh round opposite W {4} | ½ LHA to places (1,2,3,4)
33--
[The Double Changes] 1c facing 3c, ½ turn opposite RH and twirl to exchanged places, taking promhold (M on L) facing out ; 1c+3c promenade clw to places while{4} 2c+4c A&R
41--
2c+4c repeat [33-40], 1c+3c dancing the A&R (1,2,3,4)
49--
[The Women do the Washing] All W dance in and ¼ clw into small circle | set facing in ; cast L and spiral clw inside the set to own places
57--
[The Triple Changes] 1M+3M & 2W+3W & 1W+4W change places by ½ turn & twirl (all along 1diag direction) (2M+4M stand) ; Repeat the three parallel changes along the 2diag direction (1W+3W stand) (2,3,4,1)

Can be danced as Strathspey 2 x 64 or as a Medley S64+R64

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NameDateOwnerLast changed
191118 The More Unusual Dance Club 2019-11-18 Peter Dixon Nov. 3, 2019, 3:42 p.m.

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